the chipboard is carefully removed
Now the hole is being made for the patched up section
We use a piece of skirting board on it's side to create a nice transition at the doorways.
With the laying of the Tasmanian Oak and the sanding completed the coating begins
This shot shows nicely how well the repaired section of flooring all blended in to the existing boards
The final coat of 2pac polyurethane is now being rolled on
Once the skirtings go on and the painting completed it will all finish off beautifully
Not bad sanding even if I do say so myself
The final coat being applied. Nothing protects a floor as well as 2pac...nothing
Bit of an up close look at the floor finish as it levels out. Pretty nice work.
The transition between the old floor and the new floor is seamless.
Once the kitchen goes in the the room will really come to life
The floor repairs from where a wall was removed are as good as it gets - as in invisible
All done. This will make a fine family room with the best of Tasmanian Oak flooring as it's biggest feature